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Is Daddy Coming Back in a Minute - explaining death for very young children, based on a family's real experience and conversations

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Partnership for Children includes a section on bereavement, along with extensive links to other bereavement websites.

Winston's Wish has been helping bereaved children, young people and families for 20 years. The web site has masses of downloadable information, but the organisation also runs groups and residential weekends. Part of the web site is dedicated to young people. allowing them to explore, express and inquire following a death.

Very practical booklet to help school communities when a death has happened. Written from a Christian viewpoint, it explores how to help schools prepare for an expected death, or respond to an unexpected one. It talks about the place of faith and ritual to help with the grieving. Clergy would find it useful in church communities too.

This leaflet from the Mothers' Union offers advice and encouragement to those supporting a grieving child.

Penhaligons Friends is a Cornish charity supporting children, young people, parents and carers. The website has some useful information on it to help children explore their feelings, and parents understand how best to support them.

A easy-to-read, practical book to help adults understand the grieving process in children. It covers family, home, school and the place of faith.

This Australian site has stories written by families who have been bereaved, honestly telling their stories and feelings.